PRE-ORDER Lobotomy Tools

$14.00

This is a PRE-Order for the Silver Lobotomy Tools Pin- By pre-ordering, you are agreeing to help pay for the production of this pin and understand that it will not ship out until our goal is reached to have these made. Once the order is placed, it could take 4-6 weeks for production. I am estimating it should be here sometime in April. If you purchase anything else that is currently available in the shop with this pre-order, they will all ship together once I get these. If you want to receive it sooner, please make a separate purchase!
I will always keep you updated on the progress of the pre-order through my Instagram and Facebook pages @Demonicpinfestation. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send me a message!

An orbitoclast is a surgical instrument used for performing transorbital lobotomies. It was invented by Dr. Walter Freeman in 1948 to replace the unique form of leucotome used up until that point for the transorbital lobotomy procedure. This instrument is, essentially, an ice pick with some gradation marks etched onto the shaft.

The operation involved placing the pick behind the eye socket of the patient and breaking through the thin layer of bone found there by applying a hammer to the end of the pick and driving the instrument into the frontal lobes.

2" 3D Orbitoclast / Hammer Pin, Double Rubber Clutch - Silver

***Due to the nature of the shape, a clutch could not be placed at the bottom of the pin. Although it is double clutches, we suggest using pin locks on these to prevent the pin from falling off***

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